Donald Trump’s preparing secret kill teams for this dangerous mission

Donald Trump’s preparing for a second term in the White House.

Trump isn’t messing around.

And now Donald Trump’s preparing secret kill teams for this dangerous mission.

Trump floats idea of sending covert teams to take out Mexican drug lords 

More than 100,000 Americans die every year from overdosing on deadly fentanyl.

This poison flows into America from Communist China via Mexico and across Joe Bidne’s wide open southern border.

When Donald Trump talks about sealing the border, it isn’t just to shut off the flood of illegal aliens sneaking into the country.

Trump also wants to shut down the easy passage of killer drugs making their way into American communities.

Trump also sees this as a supply problem.

And Trump wants to chop the head right off the snake.

According to a report in Rolling Stone, Trump’s endorsed the idea of deploying covert operations teams into Mexico to take out the cartel leadership.

“But, the three sources tell Rolling Stone, in conversations with close MAGA allies, including at least one Republican lawmaker, Trump has privately endorsed the idea of covertly deploying — with or without the Mexican government’s consent — special-ops units that would be tasked with, among other missions, assassinating the leaders and top enforcers of Mexico’s powerful and most notorious drug cartels,” Rolling Stone reported.

Trump believes these raids could be carried out successfully, like the 2019 mission he ordered that ended in the death of ISIS head honcho Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

“During some of these conversations, Trump has likened these proposals to the 2019 military raid that he ordered that resulted in the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, insisting that the U.S. should approach drug cartel leadership in the same manner,” Rolling Stone also reported.

Trump likened the drug to the Al-Qaeda leaders of the early aughts war on terror in that the U.S. government should have a “kill list” of the big names running drugs into America that directly lead to the deaths of American citizens.

“One of the sources, who discussed the issue with Trump earlier this year, recalls the ex-president saying that the U.S. government should have a ‘kill list of drug lords,’ as this source describes Trump’s ideas, of the most powerful and infamous cartel figures that American special forces would be assigned to kill or capture in a potential second Trump administration,” the Rolling Stone report continued.

Taking the fight to drug cartels now mainstream GOP thought 

The media tried to paint Trump like a madman when RINO former Defense Secretary Mark Esper revealed in his memoir A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Secretary of Defense During Extraordinary Times that Trump supported bombing Mexican cartel drug labs.

Esper wrote that in an Oval Office meeting Trump asked if the military could “shoot missiles into Mexico to destroy the drug labs.”

“They don’t have control of their own country,” Trump said of the Mexican government.

Liberals in the media treated this like it was a crime against humanity and further proof of Trump’s authoritarian tendencies.

But adopting an aggressive posture towards Mexican drug cartels proved popular, and other Republicans quickly copied Trump.

During the primary campaign, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis promised military action against drug cartels on day one.

DeSantis even said he would authorize lethal force against cartel members smuggling drugs into America.

“The president of the United States has got to use all available powers as commander in chief to protect our country and to protect the people. So when they’re coming across, yes we’re going to use lethal force, yes we reserve the right to operate,” DeSantis wrote on social media.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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